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21 Slavery begins at Home: The Despotism of African Gerontocrats -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
In a continent where 60% of the population is under 24 years old, we sure know how to keep old men in power. Africa has the fastest-growing and most youthful population in the world. Juxtapose this with median age of 78.5 years of the 10 oldest presidents....
22 Row Harder: A Parable about Leading my People -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
The desert was encroaching on Shabi while the land on the other side of a crocodile-infested river was lush and green. Thus, a group of intrepid travelers decided to cross the river to land of prosperity.
23 When Eze graduates from school: A myopic generation -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
The Generation of Hope, trailblazers chronicled in early tomes of Nigerian literature including, Eze goes to School, The Porter's Wheel, and to some extent, Things Fall Apart, were expected and equipped to bring their communities into the modern age.
24 Slavery begins at Home: Impact of the Death of Nigerian Education -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Arguably, there are more kids in school than at any time in Nigerian history; also, more schools, teachers, and curricula. Unfortunately, it is a case of quantity up, quality down. Since the 1980s, the country has witnessed a downward spiral in education....
25 Did Killmonger have to die? Revisiting the Rift between Africans and African-Americans -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Watching the movie, Jenifa years ago, brought a rude awakening - the filthy old men preying on teenage college girls, were the same ones who had militantly protested adult abuse in our student days. It appeared, the militant had grown into the degenerate.
26 Dear Nakia of Wakanda, let's talk about Chibok and Dapchi girls -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Nakia, and just in case you can reach Amina in the land of make-believe, we really need deliverance for northern Nigerian girls who are caught between avaricious leaders and rabid terrorists.
27 The cost of a bag of rice -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
You rationalize, whether you get your own bag of rice or walk away, those politrickians will loot the treasury so why not get your piece of the pie. God knows it's the only piece you'd see.
28 It's all about education policy: How do you know a candidate will be good for the Community -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Arguably, those who have little or no education are unlikely to invest in it.
29 Dear Imported Beau, I am an American Nigerian -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Do not confuse this with a Nigerian American who is first a Nigerian then an American.
30 Forget the government, what about the citizens? -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
A video circulating on WhatsApp which I received it six times because people thought I should be well informed ;) (See here), shows a primary school in Edo State during a rainstorm.

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